Board of Directors


John C. Michaelson
Managing Partner,

Michaelson Capital


Maj Gen Fred Roggero
President & CEO

Resilient Solutions

Vice President

Stuart K. Archer
Former Pilot



Gary Halbert

Holland & Knight


Matt Keegan

SELEX Galilieo

The Royal Air Force Museum American Foundation is a non-profit and registered charitable organization.  Donations are tax deductible under current IRS 501(c) (3) provisions.


The Royal Air Force Museum in the United Kingdom was opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth in November 1972.  The Museum exists on two public sites at Hendon (London) and Cosford (Birmingham) to preserve and exhibit the history of the Royal Air Force and its wider relationship to aviation.  As a national institution, the Museum's operations are provided at around 70% by the UK government, the remaining annual costs are found through income generation initiatives and trading.  Additional capital requirements for future expansion and for special projects and programs must be found through fund raising and corporate sponsorship activities.   In recognition of the support for the Museum from donors with U.S. assets the RAF Museum American Foundation was established in July 2002.

About the Organization


Tim Manna


Sir Stuart Matthews

Royal Aeronautical Society


John Sessions

Historic Flight Foundation

Director Emeritus

Alan Spence
Chief Executive

Integrative Media LLP


Scott Thompson

Partner, Assurance Leader


Contact Us

Director Emeritus

Bob Tullis

Ex-Officio Director

Air CdreJames Linter  OBE  RAF
​Air Attache British Embassy

Our Supporters

Royal Air Force Museum American Foundation


One Metro Center

700 12th Street NW

Suite 700

Washington, D.C. 20005-4052


Telephone: 202-558-5121

The Patron of the Royal Air Force Museum is His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh.  The Chairman of the Museum's Trustee's is Sir Glenn Torpy GCB, CBE DSO.

Royal Air Force Museum American Foundation